I sneak into your mind. Such vertigo
Unparalleled, I see you through and through—
And what I see is through your eyes. Made whole,
I am impaled by gates of false and true.
The smells, the touches in your person, grow
To envelop my mind—in turn I grew—
The python bites its tail and rings a hole,
Rough fallacies exhume infinite blue!
But I spread me too thin, and ere you give
To me your waltzing body, watch on me—
I struggle, fight to extricate, to live;
In perfumed cradles breathe infanticide
And of your mind I thus am forced to see…
Your laughing rivers keep me trapped inside.